Search Masters Programs in Technology Studies 2019 in Stockholm in Sweden
In order to successfully obtain a Masters qualification, you will need to obtain a number of credits by passing individual modules. Most taught Masters will have a number of core modules which you must take and pass in order to obtain the qualification. The assessment of research Masters is almost always entirely by a single dissertation module or project.
One of the greatest aspects of technology is that when it is embedded in machines and devices, most of the time the individual operating the machine or device does not need to understand the specifics of how the technology works. For example, someone using a computer does not need to understand the mechanics of the hard drive to benefit from using it.
Being the largest city in Sweden, Stockholm has over 1.3 million people in the urban area. The city comprises of several Islands and it is the capital city of Sweden. Stockholm has over 10 universities and colleges.
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Functional and well-designed work systems, organisations and work environments are essential for a sustainable working life. This programme offers knowledge in proactive
Functional and well-designed work systems, organisations and work environments are essential for a sustainable working life. This programme offers knowledge in proactive occupational safety and health management. You will learn how to plan, design and analyse work environments, from the perspectives of sustainable work and organisational performance.
Technology, Work and Health at KTH
The programme provides a deeper understanding of the interplay between human, technology and organisation, from the perspectives of sustainable work and organisational performance. As a student, you will gain knowledge and proficiency in proactive occupational safety and health (OSH) management, as well as in how to plan, design and analyse work environments. You will acquire advanced theoretical and applied knowledge of physical, cognitive and organisational ergonomics. This is applicable to work with the development of organisations and processes, with a focus on improvements of work and ergonomic interventions for a sustainable working life....
Do you know your wireless communications, networking, and data analysis? We live in an increasingly online world, where not only people but also an increasing number of d
To maintain and develop the high-tech industry around the world, engineers are needed who can both understand and develop communication solutions as well as having the methods to analyse and process the huge amounts of information that flow in various networks. To an increasing degree, this need will also be felt outside the traditional information and communications technology sector. Examples of such areas are the manufacturing industry, the motor vehicle industry and the new sector of companies based on cloud services.
This programme will prepare you for a future professional role by providing you with a broad basis and the opportunity for in-depth studies in the following areas...
ICT Innovation is a master’s programme which combines technical competencies with skills in innovation and entrepreneurship. The programme has a strong focus on integrati
ICT Innovation is a master’s programme which combines technical competencies with skills in innovation and entrepreneurship. The programme has a strong focus on integrating education, research and business modules in its curriculum, and with active industry involvement.
ICT Innovation at KTH
There are six tracks offered through the programme.
Autonomous Systems KTH (AUSY)
Data Science KTH (DASE)
Digital Media Technology (DMT)
Embedded Systems (ES)
Human-Computer Interaction and Design (HCID)
Internet Technology and Architecture (ITA)
A key component in all specialisations of ICT Innovation is the integrated combination of a master’s degree project (30 ECTS), an “internship” (which should be included in the degree project credits) and an I&E project (6 ECTS). The industry-based degree project (typically integrated with the "internship") is together with the I&E minor well integrated with the technical majors....
The Master’s programme in Computer Science is designed to function as the final two years of the corresponding Civil Engineering programme. Students can choose to special
The Master’s programme in Computer Science is designed to function as the final two years of the corresponding Civil Engineering programme. Students can choose to specialise in a wide range of topics, and have a high degree of flexibility in selecting elective courses.
A suitable background before entering this programme is an undergraduate education adhering to the ACM recommendations for Computer Science curricula.
The first semester is mainly devoted to compulsory courses, after which the student chooses a track of specialisation. With the track courses as a foundation, the students are able to design their own study plan by selecting from a large set of elective courses....
Computer Simulations for Science and Engineering (COSSE) is a master’s programme within the multidisciplinary field of Computational Science and Engineering (CSE), which
Computer Simulations for Science and Engineering (COSSE) is a master’s programme within the multidisciplinary field of Computational Science and Engineering (CSE), which is an enabling technology for scientific discovery and engineering design. CSE involves mathematical modelling, numerical analysis, computer science, high-performance computing and visualization. The remarkable development of large-scale computing in recent decades has turned CSE into the “third pillar” of science, complementing theory and experiment.
Computer Simulations for Science and Engineering at KTH, TU Berlin and TU Delft
The programme is given jointly by KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden), Technical University of Berlin (Germany) and Delft University of Technology (Netherlands)....
Students from the master’s programme in Applied and Computational Mathematics will become skilled applied mathematicians, well-prepared for advanced industrial positions
Students from the master’s programme in Applied and Computational Mathematics will become skilled applied mathematicians, well-prepared for advanced industrial positions or continued graduate studies. The programme contains four tracks: Computational Mathematics, Financial Mathematics, Optimization and Systems Theory, and Statistical Learning and Data Analytics.
Applied and Computational Mathematics at KTH
The programme consists of foundation courses that are mandatory for all students, and once the individual specialisation track is chosen, there are relevant required courses within that area as well. Regardless of which track students attend, the final term consists of a degree project that may be carried out in an academic or industrial environment in Sweden or abroad. Students are welcome to discuss project ideas with the staff at the Department of Mathematics but are also encouraged to seek other contracts, in the academic world and in industry, to identify suitable projects. The result of the degree project is provided as a written report and as a presentation at a seminar....
The joint master's programme in Maritime Engineering is given in collaboration between the Nordic Five Tech universities – KTH, Chalmers, DTU, Aalto University and NTNU –
The joint master's programme in Maritime Engineering is given in collaboration between the Nordic Five Tech universities – KTH, Chalmers, DTU, Aalto University and NTNU – and hereby combines these five universities lead expertise and long tradition in maritime engineering. Students begin their studies at one of the partner universities for year one and complete their studies at another university for year two, resulting in a double degree from the two universities.
Study at two Nordic universities
The joint master's programme in Maritime Engineering is a collaboration between the five leading technical universities in the Nordic countries (Nordic Five Tech). The programme gives you a unique opportunity to tailor your degree based on your academic interests....
The master’s programme in Sustainable Technology is based on the concept of industrial ecology with a focus on the understanding of interactions between technical, econom
The master’s programme in Sustainable Technology is based on the concept of industrial ecology with a focus on the understanding of interactions between technical, economic, social and ecological systems and processes. Industrial ecology is an interdisciplinary framework for designing and operating industrial systems as living systems interdependent with natural systems. It seeks to balance environmental and economic performance within an understanding of local and global ecological constraints.
Sustainable Technology at KTH
The courses in the programme cover a range of interdisciplinary subjects connected to industrial ecology. The students are introduced to tools and knowledge that will enable them to apply technology in a more sustainable way....
The scientific discipline of Machine Learning focuses on developing algorithms to find patterns or make predictions from empirical data. The discipline is increasingly us
The scientific discipline of Machine Learning focuses on developing algorithms to find patterns or make predictions from empirical data. The discipline is increasingly used by many professions and industries (for example manufacturing, retail, medicine, finance, robotics, telecommunications), as it can help create order in large amounts of digital data to solve difficult problems such as understanding human behaviour and providing efficient resource allocation. Demand for graduates with substantive expertise in machine learning far exceeds supply. The programme here at KTH equips you for a career in industry (a start-up or a traditional well-established company) and will also prepare you for further studies at PhD-level....
The purpose of the master’s programme in Systems, Control and Robotics is to equip students with the skills necessary to analyse, design and control complex technical sys
The purpose of the master’s programme in Systems, Control and Robotics is to equip students with the skills necessary to analyse, design and control complex technical systems. Such systems are key components in infrastructure and industry, and host a wide array of functions in our daily lives. Therefore, the successful integration of cutting-edge training in engineering with a balanced, holistic systems perspective will remain a crucial area of specialisation for the future.
Systems, Control and Robotics at KTH
The master’s programme involves team collaborations and projects emphasising the academic and cultural diversity of the field. Students will be able to incorporate and use KTH’s strong ties with research and industry leaders for their thesis project in the second year, providing them with excellent career opportunities....
Emerging computer networks and communication technology provide a new technological foundation for designing software systems. The systems become distributed, reconfigura
Emerging computer networks and communication technology provide a new technological foundation for designing software systems. The systems become distributed, reconfigurable and adaptive, and their components employ a high degree of autonomy. This is an exciting and rapidly evolving field in which there is a continuous demand for qualified software engineers on the world labour market.
Software Engineering of Distributed Systems at KTH
The set of devices in which distributed software applications may operate ranges from workstations to PDAs. New technological developments create considerable demand from industry and for engineers who are able to design software systems utilising these developments. This master’s programme is intended to be an educational response to such industrial demands. It provides students with state-of-the-art knowledge of the field and develops their practical skills in order to meet current industrial requirements, as well as enhancing their ability to adapt to the new developments in tomorrow’s technology....
Nanotechnology is an exciting field within science and technology related to materials and device structures with characteristic dimensions in the nanometer regime. The l
Nanotechnology is an exciting field within science and technology related to materials and device structures with characteristic dimensions in the nanometer regime. The labor market in this emerging area is growing significantly, and nanotechnology is penetrating a number of technology sectors.
Nanotechnology at KTH
Based on a solid understanding of basic materials science, the program aims to establish an understanding of size-dependent materials, device and system properties, and also how these properties can be tailored by a controlled manipulation of the microstructure down to the atomic or molecular level. Furthermore, it aims to provide a good knowledge of various nano-scale devices as well as their applications and fabrication methods. Special emphasis is paid to the understanding and usage of advanced characterization methods to assess detailed materials and device properties....
The master’s programme in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management is designed to give students a focused, relevant and utilisable body of knowledge in this diverse and
The master’s programme in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management is designed to give students a focused, relevant and utilisable body of knowledge in this diverse and modern field. The programme is ideally suited for people with an interest in starting and managing innovative projects or new economic endeavours.
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management at KTH
The teaching strives to engage students by combining the more theoretical aspects of the field with a self-defined innovation project. This combination of practical skills and theoretical enhancement informs the programme as a whole and strives to create a meaningful, well-rounded education that can help the participants realise their career potential. The final degree project ties the programme together in its entirety, and give students a chance to develop a project within the framework of an academic examination either an academic project or in collaboration with a company....
Embedded systems are the most common form of computer system, utilizing around 98 percent of all manufactured processors for their applications – from sewing machines and
Embedded systems are the most common form of computer system, utilizing around 98 percent of all manufactured processors for their applications – from sewing machines and cars to satellites and power plants. The common denominator for these systems is high-level demands on functionality and reliability.
Embedded Systems at KTH
The purpose of this master’s programme is to provide a broad education in embedded systems with the opportunity to specialize in areas that cover theoretical as well as practical aspects of embedded systems development. Special emphasis is placed on engineering skills, integration of software and hardware, system design, integration, verification and the management of the design process....
Stockholm University, Department of Computer and System Sciences (DSV)
Graduates of this programme are ready to work in the area of information security and related fields in both private and public sector organisations as managers, advisors
Information security is primarily concerned with the protection of information assets. Today, most of the information resides in - and is communicated via IT systems. Hence, these systems need to be protected from various threats and attacks. The goal of information security is to protect with respect to the information its confidentiality, integrity and availability. Naturally, it all depends on the business needs and legal requirements. The area of information security is both exciting and overreaching since it also entails the protection of the essential and critical cyber infrastructure, trying to prevent or solve a wide range of computer crimes and other illicit activities, as well as protecting human rights, freedom and democracy. One of the many objectives is to devise new methods and strategies for cyber readiness and defence....